There is this related M.Y. question about women joining a men's siyum.
If one or more women complete a Talmudic tractate can / should they make a siyum? I know that women cannot form a minyan, however, everal related questions to the siyum activities:
- Can a woman say the hadran and following paragraphs without a minyan, or should she have a man say it?
- You would need a minyan (10 men) to say the Kaddish at the end. If you have that, can / should the woman say the Kaddish? If not, why would that be a different rule than a woman saying the Mourner's Kaddish in a minyan?
- If you do have a minyan, can the woman recite the ending Mishnah to make the siyum, or should a man do it? Can a man do it if he did not complete or read part of the tractate?
- Considering that if there is a minyan (esp. for Kaddish) that means that there isa mixed crowd, must there be a mechitza (partition) during the recital of the last Mishnah, the hadran and / or the Kaddish?